June 30, 1975
Work continued in grid K/27 and J/27 next to the wall at the lowest stratum yet excavated. As on June 27, the grids were subdivided into four parts, A-D.
In grids N-P/26-27, the topsoil was cleaned down to the stone packing, which was left in situ.
- Find #1
- J/27 (B), 5 cm out from wall
- 9 cm down from top of foundation wall of room
Fragment of Corinthian aryballos
After the stone packing in M-O/26-27 was cleaned down, excavation begain in T-19 (Grid I/31) outside the wall foundation of what is possibly a room to east of room J-D/28-30. In this area, a large amount of red earth and plaster fragments was unearthed, as well as numerous fragments of fine pottery. From the top of the foundation wall came a fragment of frieze plaque.
- Find #4
- Yellow stratum, beneath level of top of wall foundation
Part of a rocchetto
- Find #5
- T-19 I/32
- Multi-faceted worked stone; color = black, possibly due to burning, six facets to top and bottom
2 boxes of tile dumped.
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